In a major victory for public decency standards, Walmart has agreed to remove Cosmopolitan magazine, with its covers full of half-naked women and risqué articles, from checkout racks.
A new study has shown an alarming loss of faith among 16- to 29-year-olds in more than a dozen European countries where as many as 70 percent say they never go to church and 80 percent don’t even pray.
A firestorm has erupted in Monrovia, California over the presence of Planned Parenthood at a middle-school fair promoting mental health with many parents saying the nation’s largest abortion provider doesn’t belong on campus.
The celebrated young actress, Letitia Wright, who plays a supporting role in the hit movie, Black Panther, is not shy about relating how she left her acting career to find God – and what a difference He has made in her life.
After a month of intense pressure, The View co-host Joy Behar finally apologized to the public today for offensive comments made against Christians.
The generation of Americans born between 1999 and 2015 – who are the first generation born into the “post-Christian” world – say the presence of so much evil in the world, the hypocrisy of Christians, and the belief that science refutes much of the Bible are major reasons why there are so few believers in this demographic.
Even though embattled View co-host, Joy Behar, privately apologized to Vice President Mike Pence for offensive comments made during a recent show about his Christian faith, because these comments were directed against all Christians, the public is demanding an on-air apology.
Christians around the country are refusing to let the hosts of The View get away with vile remarks made on a February 13 episode about Christians. They have not only deluged the network with complaints but have now launched an aggressive campaign against the show’s advertisers as well.
Today is International Women’s Day, a day aimed at celebrating mostly “progressive” ideas about the nature and worth of women, but that doesn’t mean this day has to be spent focusing on “gender parity.” Why not spend it on much deeper issues such as how we can change the sexual norms that are so disrespectful and disadvantageous to women?